This table is made from solid beetle killed blue pine with legs made from 1x1 sanded mild steel tube. The sanding evens the color of the metal gives a satin finish but does not hide the hand crafting of the legs. The top and legs are separated by a 1/2" reveal so it looks like the top is floating off the legs
The wood naturally turns the blue color when the tree is attacked by pine beetles, there is no stain added. Because of the insect infestation of the tree it will most likely not survive. This condition is happening to thousands and thousands of trees along the Rocky Mountain range, creating a fire hazard. The harvesting of the dead trees helps with the long term heath of the forest and makes some really cool looking furniture as well.
The table top is finished with a semi-gloss finish made from cheese making byproducts called PolyWhey, which is both non-toxic and durable. The legs are sealed with a satin lacquer to seal the raw metal.
The dimensions of the table are 48" long, 18" wide, and 17" tall.